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Sturgis Motorcycle Rally may have helped spread coronavirus across Midwest

Motorcyclists ride down Main Street during the 80th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally on 7 August 2020 in Sturgis, South Dakota (Getty)
Motorcyclists ride down Main Street during the 80th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally on 7 August 2020 in Sturgis, South Dakota (Getty)

The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota in mid-August may have directly led to a spike in cases of Covid-19 across five states.

More than 330 coronavirus cases and one death were directly linked to the rally as of mid-September, according to a Washington Post survey of health departments in 23 states that provided information.

That number likely represents just the tip of the iceberg, according to experts.

Contact tracing often doesn’t capture the source of infection, and asymptomatic spread goes unnoticed.

Within weeks of the Sturgis rally, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, Minnesota, and Montana were leading the surge in new coronavirus cases.

The Dakotas saw case numbers and rates of hospitalisation rise enormously throughout September, and into October.

It may never be confirmed how many cases stemmed

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How the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally may have spread coronavirus across the Upper Midwest

A lifelong motorcycle enthusiast, the 50-year-old construction worker and father of five had been determined to go to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, a holy grail for bikers. Even when his girlfriend, Angie Balcom, decided to stay back because she was worried about being around so many people during a pandemic, Cervantes was adamant about going.

“I don’t think there was nothing that was going to stop me,” he said.

Back home, Cervantes took Tylenol for his throat and went to bed early. But he woke up the next morning coughing so hard he struggled to catch his breath. Over the next few days, the pain in his chest made him fear that his heart might stop, and a test later confirmed he had the novel coronavirus, which causes the disease covid-19. He was admitted to the hospital 11 days later, on Aug. 27. Soon, his girlfriend and his

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Cyberpunk 2077 Has In-Game Bikes Based On Keanu Reeves’ Motorcycle Company

A new in-depth video reveals the different vehicles in Cyberpunk 2077 and confirms that bikes from Keanu Reeve’s company Arch Motorcycle will appear.

Bikes from Arch Motorcycle, the company co-founded by Keanu Reeves, will appear in Cyberpunk 2077 with updated futuristic designs according to a new hands-on video from CD Projekt Red. The trailer also gave players an in-depth look at the fleet of vehicles that players will be able to drive in the game when it launches in November, including dozens of cars and motorcycles from different price ranges.

Another video released by CD Projekt Red this week also dived into the fashion choices that will be available to players in Cyberpunk 2077. In total, there are four different styles to choose from in the form of Kitsch, Entropism, Neomilitarism, and Neo-Kitsch. Each of the different styles puts emphasis on different qualities such as functionality and outlandishness.

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Pattaya milk shop owner caught selling ketamine in 2020

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The owner of a milk shop was arrested for selling powdered ketamine and a teenager from a nearby tattoo shop was taken for drug testing during raids on the two premises in Chon Buri’s Pattaya beach town in the early hours of Tuesday.

A team of police and Bang Lamung officials raided Show Nom shop, which sells milk and bread, in South Pattaya and found a man identified later as Supakit Chumpoo putting liquid Ketamine online store   in a microwave oven to convert it to powder around 1 am on Tuesday, said Bang Lamung district chief Chakhon Kanchanawatta.

Four packs of powdered ketamine, 11 bottles of liquid ketamine, about 100 empty bottles, one ketamine pill and about 7,000 baht were seized from the shop.

Mr Supakit, owner of the shop, confessed he had bought liquid ketamine from a seller at a pub in South Pattaya for 1,300 baht a … Read More